The Syrian civil war has threatened to pull other nations into a larger, global war for days, and the use of Sarin gas complicates matters even further. The Obama administration claimed there would be consequences if chemical weapons were used, and now evidence suggests they have. But the President and his allies have been hesitant to take action, instead leaning on Congress to approve military action. Today, Russia proposed that Syria turnover their chemical weapons to the international community in order to avoid a conflict. Is this just further evidence of the United States weakening position on the world stage as other nations rise in power? And could the end result see the globe policed by the United Nations?
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